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I hate using chemicals on my kitchen floor that I know my kids and pets shouldn't touch.
I would like to see a floor cleaner invented. When I mop, I know that I will have to eventually throw the cleaner down the drain. i also know that cleaner does contain harmful chemicals and could poison water supply. if a product like this is invented, I would greatly appreciate it.
yes yes yes :) please!
Green disposable "diaper doublers" would be a great addition to the 7th Gen diapering line: there are a lot of disposable doublers on the market but they aren't green, and there are a lot of green ones on the market but they aren't disposable. Alternatively, one of your maxi pad products would probably work for this purpose, but wings would be a problem. And they all seem to have wings. The diaper doublers don't need to have adhesive, but if they did - e.g. a wing free maxi pad - that would be fine.
Interesting market niche here, too - there are sites on line where moms are in chat rooms trying to find the one brand of diaper doubler (goes by the same name) online and can't - in places like Brooklyn NY, etc. - that is inexpensive, seems pretty innocuous in terms of material, etc.
And if they were sold on Amazon.com or drugstore.com, it would be wonderful.
I too ditto the resealable bags.
Is there an economical way to produce bamboo clothespins? A renewable resource, but can it withstand the weather and the wear and tear?
I would love dryer sheets that are either recyclable or made from recycled material.
I've also bought 7G toilet paper a few times however it was much too rough and ended up buying a much softer TP. It would be great if 7G came out with a soft TP.
I also ditto the Resealable Bags.
I was wondering if 7Gen thought about resealable recycled plastic bags, like freezer bags and sandwich bags. I buy a lot of organic things and then freeze them so they don't go bad too fast, and just having an environmentally friendly option would be great.
Dishwashing pods are those little pre-measured pods that go in your dishwasher and have both liquid and dry detergent in them for an extra sparkly clean. I also have noticed they prevent etching because I have the hardest water EVER. I LOVE them and can't do without them. I use less water if I don't have to rinse, and I love that they dissolve and make my dishes very very very clean. Please consider making a biodegradable version. If you used dissolvable non-toxic materials I think you could do it!
p.s. Perhaps make hard-water versions of your products. My water is soooo hard and makes a mess of my dishes.
What about a gigantic amish-type drying rack that can be used outdoors-possibly construct some "weighted" fabric strips to hold the clothes in place. You could use organic cotton fabric with pebbles inside or those natural magnetic stones. Just a thought!
I have a family of four and a 40 foot three lined clothes line and I love it. And in the course of one summer you can go through a lot of clothes pins. I hang out my clothes to be eco-friendly and it would be nice to have clothes pins to go with it. Great idea.
After looking long & far, I couldn't find anything to hang up my clothes with but wood or plastic. Some heavy-duty recycled plastic clothespins would really be great to have so I wouldn't have to replace broken ones with virgin wood products or new plastics. I love saving energy by hanging up my laundry, but hate that it can't be completely eco-friendly!
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